"Where he paused to listen and look down, a moment on the roofs of the town"
An example of a Simile
"A phantom ship, with each mast and spar, across the moon like a prison bar"
This quote is an example of personification. I know this because it gives inanimate object human traits meaning that, it is saying the a ladder has the ability to tremble, but it doesn't because the ladder is being personified.
An example of Imagry
Then he said "Good night" with a muffled oar
This shows rhyme because the word down, and town rhymes. This is because the sound that the word makes at the end sounds to same or corresponds to other words.
An example of Repitition
How the farmers gave them, ball for ball
This is a simile because it compares the ship making it way in the water going across the reflection of the moon in the water, to a prison bar. And it used like or as, which means its specifically a simile
An example of figurative language
This is an example of imagry. This is because imagry consistes of hearing, and this is sound which is the same as hearing so it would fall under the catagory of imagry
This quote shows repetition because they say ball twice. They do this because they are trying to show how/ compare, how the farmers fought right back and were equal or even in the fight with them.